East Midlands History and Heritage needs you

Write for us: Share your stories about the local consequences of the Great War

The January 2019 ‘bumper’ edition of East Midlands History and Heritage will be dedicated to the centenary of the end of the Great War. To remember and reflect on the days, months and years after November 1918, we would like you to share your stories and pictures with us.

We are particularly interested in the lasting consequences of the war on the local life in villages, towns and cities across our region.

  • Did the Armistice raise expectations for a better tomorrow?
  • How did communities choose to commemorate?
  • What were the lasting social, physical, and mental impacts on families and individuals?

Articles should normally be around 1000-2000 words long, with a strong local/regional connection. We’d like contributions by 15th November 2018.

Fell free to contact us with any questions, or for help and advice at emhist@virginmedia.com

Visit us at www.eastmidlandshistory.org.uk

One thought on “East Midlands History and Heritage needs you

  1. John Stuart Ching

    You might like to know that my book “Beekeeping in Victorian Nottinghamshire” was published this month. Copies are in the Nottingham Library Local History section.

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